Trevor Noah Sums Up Justin Timberlake's Super Bowl Halftime Show as 'Karaoke'
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Comedy Central star complains about poor sound mix.

Add Trevor Noah to the long list of people disappointed by Justin Timberlake's Super Bowl LII Halftime Show.

"Here's the thing, I really, really love Justin Timberlake, but that wasn't my favorite performance ever," the "Daily Show" host said Monday night. "I think maybe because I was confused by the outfits? I spent most of my time going, 'Well, what is that? Are those pictures? What's going on?'"

"And then also, I don't know who was mixing the sound, but I couldn't hear his voice, so it felt like it was like karaoke," he added.

Regarding JT's Prince tribute, the comedian said he thought turning the city purple was "beautiful," but knew the tribute wouldn't be well-received since people were "already pre-angry."

"They were like, 'Don't make Prince a hologram! He hates holograms!' And they were like, 'Justin, how dare you?!' And he was like, 'Guys, it's not a hologram.' And they were like, 'We don't care! We chose anger before we knew exactly what you were gonna do, so now we're angry! I already paid for this anger I can't take it back to the store!'"

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